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Several Alaska Airlines planes at Seattle–Tacoma International Airport, the airline's largest hub

Alaska Airlines is a major airline in the United States, headquartered in the Seattle metropolitan area, Washington. As of 2021, its combined network offers 1,200 flights to more than 115 destinations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Belize under the Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air brands.[1] Its primary hubs are Seattle–Tacoma International Airport, Portland International Airport, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, and Los Angeles International Airport.

The airline was founded in 1932 and, during the period of regulation, connected numerous airstrips in Alaska to major cities, and the state of Alaska to Seattle. In 1969, Alaska only served Seattle in the lower 48, though they did offer connecting service to Texas on Braniff International Airlines.[2] Alaska also flew to Portland starting in 1951, but later discontinued the route.

After deregulation in 1978, Alaska began connecting California cities to Seattle. In 1985, the airline first served a state that didn't border the Pacific Ocean, starting service to Boise, Idaho; Phoenix, Arizona; and Tucson, Arizona.[3]

Alaska expanded to Mexico in 1988 and began adding destinations in the Midwestern and Eastern United States in the early 2000s. Alaska's first transcontinental route was to Washington, D.C. in 2001. Competition between Alaska Airlines and Delta Air Lines for control of Seattle resulted in a larger expansion in the 2010s. The acquisition of Virgin America by the Alaska Air Group added service to Dallas Love Field when the brands merged in early 2018.

Alaska started service to the state of Hawaii in 2007.[4] After six years of service they flew 11% of all passenger traffic to the state.[5]

In May 2017, Alaska announced that it would begin flying from Paine Field in Everett, Washington, the first airline to announce scheduled flights from this airport.[6]

Historical destinations[edit]

Alaska was the only airline to fly from the west coast of the United States to Havana, Cuba, with a flight from Los Angeles, which operated from 2017 to 2018. After a seasonal drop in demand, and travel restrictions placed by the Trump administration, the route was discontinued a year after launch.[7]

Beginning in 1991, Alaska Airlines operated weekly service to cities in Eastern Russia from Anchorage, Alaska.[8][9] The service was canceled in 1998 after the Russian financial crisis.[10]


The following is a list of destinations that are served or have been served by Alaska Airlines. These do not include destinations flown only by Horizon Air. Previous cities flown solely by Horizon Air include: Arcata-Eureka, Astoria, Butte, Flagstaff, Klamath Falls, Lewiston, Mammoth Lakes, North Bend-Coos Bay, Pendleton, Port Angeles, Prescott, Prince George, Salem, and Twin Falls.

Focus City
Seasonal destination
Future destination
Terminated destinations
Service was discontinued and later restored. Year indicates beginning of initial service.[12]
Service began with an airline that was acquired by Alaska prior to 1969.[12]
City Country IATA ICAO Airport Began Ended Refs
Acapulco Mexico (Guerrero) ACA MMAA General Juan N. Álvarez International Airport
Adak United States (Alaska) ADK PADK Adak Airport 2003 present [13]
Albuquerque United States (New Mexico) ABQ KABQ Albuquerque International Sunport 2014 present [14]
Anchorage United States (Alaska) ANC PANC Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport 1932 present  
Atlanta United States (Georgia) ATL KATL Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 2009 present [15]
Austin United States (Texas) AUS KAUS Austin-Bergstrom International Airport 2009 present [16]
Baltimore United States (Maryland) BWI KBWI Baltimore-Washington International Airport 2014 present [17]
Belize City Belize BZE MZBZ Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport 2021 present [18]
Bellingham United States (Washington) BLI KBLI Bellingham International Airport 2009 present [19]
Bethel United States (Alaska) BET PABE Bethel Airport 1984 present [20]
Billings United States (Montana) BIL KBIL Billings Logan International Airport 1988 present [1]
Boise United States (Idaho) BOI KBOI Boise Airport 1984 present [21]
Boston United States (Massachusetts) BOS KBOS Logan International Airport 2002 present [22]
Bozeman United States (Montana) BZN KBZN Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport 1990 present [1]
Burbank United States (California) BUR KBUR Hollywood Burbank Airport 1981 present [23]
Calgary Canada (Alberta) YYC CYYC Calgary International Airport 1992† present [24]
Cancún Mexico (Quintana Roo) CUN MMUN Cancún International Airport 2014† present [25]
Charleston United States (South Carolina) CHS KCHS Charleston International Airport 2015 present [26]
Chicago United States (Illinois) ORD KORD O'Hare International Airport 2000 present [27]
Cincinnati/Covington United States (Kentucky) CVG KCVG Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport 2021 present [28]
Cleveland United States (Ohio) CLE KCLE Cleveland Hopkins International Airport 2022 present [29]
Cold Bay United States (Alaska) CDB PACD Cold Bay Airport 2020 2021 [30]
Colorado Springs United States (Colorado) COS KCOS Colorado Springs Municipal Airport 2015 2017 [31]
Columbus United States (Ohio) CMH KCMH John Glenn Columbus International Airport 2019 present [32]
Cordova United States (Alaska) CDV PACV Merle K. (Mudhole) Smith Airport 1932 present  
Dallas United States (Texas) DFW KDFW Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport 2005 present [33]
Dallas United States (Texas) DAL KDAL Dallas Love Field 2017 present [34]
Deadhorse/Prudhoe Bay United States (Alaska) SCC PASC Deadhorse Airport 1981 present [35]
Denver United States (Colorado) DEN KDEN Denver International Airport 2002 present [36]
Detroit United States (Michigan) DTW KDTW Detroit Metropolitan Airport 2014 present [37]
Dillingham United States (Alaska) DLG PADL Dillingham Airport 1992† present [24]
Dutch Harbor United States (Alaska) DUT PADU Unalaska Airport 1993 2004 [24][38]
Edmonton Canada (Alberta) YEG CYEG Edmonton International Airport 1995 present [1]
El Paso United States (Texas) ELP KELP El Paso International Airport 2019† Present [39]
Eugene United States (Oregon) EUG KEUG Eugene Airport 1982 present [1]
Everett United States (Washington) PAE KPAE Paine Field 2019† present [40]
Fairbanks United States (Alaska) FAI PAFA Fairbanks International Airport 1932 present  
Fort Lauderdale United States (Florida) FLL KFLL Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport 2012 present [41]
Fort Myers United States (Florida) RSW KRSW Southwest Florida International Airport 2020 present [42]
Fresno United States (California) FAT KFAT Fresno Yosemite International Airport 1999 present [1]
Great Falls United States (Montana) GTF KGTF Great Falls International Airport 1986 present [1]
Guadalajara Mexico (Jalisco) GDL MMGL Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport 2003 present [43]
Guatemala City Guatemala GUA MGGT La Aurora International Airport 2023 present [44]
Gustavus United States (Alaska) GST PAGS Gustavus Airport present  
Havana Cuba HAV MUHA José Martí International Airport 2017 2018 [45]
Helena United States (Montana) HLN KHLN Helena Regional Airport 1986 present [1]
Honolulu United States (Hawaii) HNL PHNL Daniel K. Inouye International Airport 2007 present [46]
Houston United States (Texas) IAH KIAH George Bush Intercontinental Airport 2009 present [47]
Idaho Falls United States (Idaho) IDA KIDA Idaho Falls Regional Airport 2021 present [48]
Indianapolis United States (Indiana) IND KIND Indianapolis International Airport 2017 present [49]
Ixtapa Mexico (Guerrero) ZIH MMZH Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo International Airport 1996 present [50]
Jackson Hole United States (Wyoming) JAC KJAC Jackson Hole Airport 2020 present [51]
Juneau United States (Alaska) JNU PAJN Juneau International Airport 1972 present [52]
Kahului United States (Hawaii) OGG PHOG Kahului Airport 2008 present [53]
Kalispell United States (Montana) FCA KGPI Glacier Park International Airport 1986 present [1]
Kansas City United States (Missouri) MCI KMCI Kansas City International Airport 2012 present [54]
Kelowna Canada (British Columbia) YLW CYLW Kelowna International Airport 1998 present [1]
Ketchikan United States (Alaska) KTN PAKT Ketchikan International Airport 1972 present [52]
Khabarovsk Russia (Khabarovsk Krai) KHV UHHH Khabarovsk Novy Airport 1991 1998 [55][56]
King Salmon United States (Alaska) AKN PAKN King Salmon Airport 1992† present [24]
Kodiak United States (Alaska) ADQ PADQ Kodiak Airport 1983† present [57]
Kona United States (Hawaii) KOA PHKO Kona International Airport 2008 present [58]
Kotzebue United States (Alaska) OTZ PAOT Ralph Wien Memorial Airport 1980† present [59]
La Paz Mexico (Baja California Sur) LAP MMLP Manuel Márquez de León International Airport 2006 2013 [60][61]
Las Vegas United States (Nevada) LAS KLAS Harry Reid International Airport 1985† present [62]
Liberia Costa Rica LIR MRLB Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport 2015 present [63]
Lihue United States (Hawaii) LIH PHLI Lihue Airport 2007 present [46]
Long Beach United States (California) LGB KLGB Long Beach Airport 2002 2015 [64][65][66]
Loreto Mexico (Baja California Sur) LTO MMLT Loreto International Airport 2015 present [67]
Los Angeles United States (California) LAX KLAX Los Angeles International Airport 1985 present [68]
Magadan Russia (Magadan Oblast) GDX UHMM Sokol Airport 1991 1998 [55][56]
Manzanillo Mexico (Colima) ZLO MMZO Playa de Oro International Airport 1999 present  
Mazatlán Mexico (Sinaloa) MZT MMMZ General Rafael Buelna International Airport 1988 present [69]
Medford United States (Oregon) MFR KMFR Rogue Valley International–Medford Airport 1982 present [1]
Mexico City Mexico (Federal District) MEX MMMX Mexico City International Airport 2005† 2018 [70][71][72]
Miami United States (Florida) MIA KMIA Miami International Airport 2002† present [73]
Milwaukee United States (Wisconsin) MKE KMKE Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport 2015 present [74]
Minneapolis United States (Minnesota) MSP KMSP Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport 2008 present [75]
Missoula United States (Montana) MSO KMSO Missoula Montana Airport 1986 present
Monterey United States (California) MRY KMRY Monterey Regional Airport 2021 present [76]
Nashville United States (Tennessee) BNA KBNA Nashville International Airport 2015 present [26]
Nassau Bahamas NAS MYNN Lynden Pindling International Airport 2023 present [44][77]
New Orleans United States (Louisiana) MSY KMSY Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport 2014 present [78]
New York City United States (New York) JFK KJFK John F. Kennedy International Airport 2007 present [1]
New York City United States (New York) LGA KLGA LaGuardia Airport 2014 2018 [79]
Newark United States (New Jersey) EWR KEWR Newark Liberty International Airport 2002 present [80]
Nome United States (Alaska) OME PAOM Nome Airport 1980† present [59]
Oakland United States (California) OAK KOAK San Francisco Bay Oakland International Airport 1983 present [81]
Oklahoma City United States (Oklahoma) OKC KOKC Will Rogers World Airport 2015 present [82]
Omaha United States (Nebraska) OMA KOMA Eppley Airfield 2013 present [83]
Ontario United States (California) ONT KONT Ontario International Airport 1981 present [23]
Orange County/Santa Ana United States (California) SNA KSNA John Wayne Airport 1987 present [64]
Orlando United States (Florida) MCO KMCO Orlando International Airport 2003 present [84]
Palm Springs United States (California) PSP KPSP Palm Springs International Airport 1980 present [23]
Pasco United States (Washington) PSC KPSC Tri-Cities Airport 1981 present [85]
Petersburg United States (Alaska) PSG PAPG Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport 1976 present [86]
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Russia (Kamchatka Oblast) PKC UHPP Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airport 1991 1998 [56][87]
Philadelphia United States (Pennsylvania) PHL KPHL Philadelphia International Airport 2012 present [88]
Phoenix United States (Arizona) PHX KPHX Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport 1985 present [89]
Pittsburgh United States (Pennsylvania) PIT KPIT Pittsburgh International Airport 2018 present [90]
Portland United States (Oregon) PDX KPDX Portland International Airport 1951† present [91][92]
Puerto Vallarta Mexico (Jalisco) PVR MMPR Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport 1988 present [69]
Pullman United States (Washington) PUW KPUW Pullman–Moscow Regional Airport 1982† present [1]
Raleigh United States (North Carolina) RDU KRDU Raleigh-Durham International Airport 2015 present [26]
Redding United States (California) RDD KRDD Redding Municipal Airport 2021 present [93]
Redmond United States (Oregon) RDM KRDM Roberts Field 1982† present [94]
Reno United States (Nevada) RNO KRNO Reno–Tahoe International Airport 1993 present [95]
Sacramento United States (California) SMF KSMF Sacramento International Airport 1993 present [95]
Salt Lake City United States (Utah) SLC KSLC Salt Lake City International Airport 2013 present [96]
San Antonio United States (Texas) SAT KSAT San Antonio International Airport 2012 present [97]
San Diego United States (California) SAN KSAN San Diego International Airport 1986 present [98]
San Francisco United States (California) SFO KSFO San Francisco International Airport 1979 present [91]
San Jose United States (California) SJC KSJC San Jose International Airport 1983 present [99]
San José Costa Rica SJO MROC Juan Santamaría International Airport 2015 present [63]
San José del Cabo Mexico (Baja California Sur) SJD MMSD Los Cabos International Airport 1989 present [100]
San Luis Obispo United States (California) SBP KSBP San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport 2017 present [101]
Santa Barbara United States (California) SBA KSBA Santa Barbara Municipal Airport 2017 present [102]
Seattle United States (Washington) SEA KSEA Seattle–Tacoma International Airport 1951 present [92]
Sitka United States (Alaska) SIT PASI Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport 1967 present [103]
Spokane United States (Washington) GEG KGEG Spokane International Airport 1983† present [104]
Sonoma County United States (California) STS KSTS Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport 2007 present [105]
St. Louis United States (Missouri) STL KSTL St. Louis Lambert International Airport 2010 present [106]
Steamboat Springs United States (Colorado) HDN KHDN Yampa Valley Airport 2013 present [107]
Sun Valley United States (Idaho) SUN KSUN Friedman Memorial Airport 1982† present [1]
Tampa United States (Florida) TPA KTPA Tampa International Airport 2014 present [108]
Toronto Canada (Ontario) YYZ CYYZ Toronto Pearson International Airport 1991† present [24][109][110]
Tucson United States (Arizona) TUS KTUS Tucson International Airport 1985† present [111]
Utqiaġvik United States (Alaska) BRW PABR Wiley Post–Will Rogers Memorial Airport 1992 present [24]
Vancouver Canada (British Columbia) YVR CYVR Vancouver International Airport 1989† present [112]
Vladivostok Russia (Primorsky Krai) VVO UHWW Vladivostok International Airport 1993 1998 [56][113]
Victoria Canada (British Columbia) YYJ CYYJ Victoria International Airport 1989 present [1]
Walla Walla United States (Washington) ALW KALW Walla Walla Regional Airport 1985 present [1]
Washington, D.C. United States (Virginia) DCA KDCA Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport 2001 present [114]
Washington, D.C. United States (Virginia) IAD KIAD Washington Dulles International Airport 2001† present [114][115]
Wenatchee United States (Washington) EAT KEAT Pangborn Memorial Airport 1984 present [1]
Wichita United States (Kansas) ICT KICT Wichita Eisenhower National Airport 2017 present [116]
Wrangell United States (Alaska) WRG PAWG Wrangell Airport 1976 present [86]
Yakima United States (Washington) YKM KYKM Yakima Air Terminal 1981 present [85]
Yakutat United States (Alaska) YAK PAYA Yakutat Airport present  
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Russia (Sakhalin Oblast) UUS UHSS Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Airport 1997 1998 [8][56]


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